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I happen to like both Arianna and Arnold as potential governors, but what I like best about both of them is that neither can run for president.

They both have good shots by the way. Aronold has name recognition and is a moderate. But this no-party no-runoff election will be filled with Republicans splitting whatever base they have left in California, while Arianna is the most prominate liberal Californian to have endorsed recalling Davis:
http://www.salon.com/opinion/huffington/2003/07/09/davis/index.html

Posted by: Decnavda at July 10, 2003 11:20 AM

But if the vote was on name-recognition alone, all one would have to do is compare the audience of the Terminator films with the audience for any show hosted by Bill Maher...

Posted by: HH at July 10, 2003 06:31 PM

Arianna fouled her political waters in this state with her anti-SUV campaign. Been to Orange County lately?

'nuff said.

Your pal,

bob

Posted by: bob at July 11, 2003 07:09 PM

Contrary to the misconception of someone else on this board, Ms. Huffington HAS NOT endorsed the recall. On the contrary, she's against it. She's only running in order to have a prominent Democrat on the ballot in case the recall succeeds.

Let's say there are no Democrats on the ballot. Then, if the recall succeeds, California is guaranteed to have a Republican governor, most likely one that is even less popular than Davis. Ms. Huffington is giving California a choice -- Vote AGAINST the recall, but pick me as a replacement just in case the recall succeeds.

Posted by: David at July 27, 2003 03:51 PM


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